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INQUIRY INTO HEIRESS' DEATH
' ORDERED REOPENED
' Chief McWeeny reopened inquiry
into the death of Mrs. Marie Paulina
Greene Jones, who came to Chicago
from Italy to fight for a share of her
father's $290,000 estate.
McWeeny received an anonymous
letter last night from Capri, Italy.
The letter said that Mrs. Jones was
ever known to have a nurse in Italy,
and that she was in good health when
she left that country and expected
to return in six weeks.
Mrs. Jones was found dead in the
Tudor Hotel, 645 Casg street, March.
18. A hypodermic syringe that had
contained morphine was lying by the
bedside. A coroner's jury returned a
verdict of accidental death due to an
overdose of morphine.
etectives have been ordered to
search for a Miss Wynne, the nurse
who attended Mrs. Jones on her
deathbed. , Miss Wynne apparently
" Mrs. Jones came to demand the
share of the estate from D.. Russell
.Greene, of 3500 Ellis avenue, her
" Greene was very- much peeved
when told about the anonymous let
ter. "Ifs disgusting," .he said., "Why
should she commit suicide? Why,
the very day she died, I agreed to
' turn over $100,000 over to her."
Nevertheless, the police are cur
ious. t-o o
LONDON JEERS BRYAN'S
WATER WAGON DINNER
" London, April 26. The dinner
which. Secretary of State.Bryanjjave
to diplomats in Washington, at which
grape juice"" was the only beverage
served, is liable to result in a. change
of name for the U. S.- capital. Al
ready London-papers'are referring to'
it "as "WishywashingtonJ'
,, The Pall Mall Gazette says: "Offi
cial life in Washington under the
..Wilson-Bryan regime holds but little
'prospect of gaiety. We fear that thef
capital of" the great republic is des
tined to be knoWh as Wishywashing
The Daily Express refers to Bry
an's policy as "teetotal diplomacy,"
and says he has no right to enforce
his abstemious ideas on his guests.
MARRIAGE MUST HAVE BEEN
HABIT WITH VON KLEIN
E. C. C. Von Klein, cheerful man
of the world, has been identified as,
the husband of still another deserted
A few weeks ago Von Klein brok&
into the limelight when Ethel New
combe had him arrested in the Black?
stone hotel and accused him of niar.
ryingfher in Portland, Ore., and then
-beating it with a few thousand dol
lars' worth of her diamonds. He
then was known as "Handsome
Last night Mrs. G. A. Temple, of
Little Rock, Ark., waited with two
detectives outside, of a "Wabash ave
nue cafe' and when Von KTein came
out with three companions she
pounced on him. and claimed him as
her long lost husband. Von Klein
didn't seem to welcome the joyous
meeting. . 1
Mrs. Temple claims that he mar
ried her in Milwaukee under the
name of "Weaver B. Clark," and" later
blew with $5,000 worth of diamonds.
Von JOehv says he can discredit
Efforts to take "Von Klein, back to
Portland to stand trial on Miss New
combe's charge have so far been
blocked by his attorney, Charles E.
Meanwhile, "Marrying Jack," if
that's who he is,, is continuing to ex
pose' himself to deserted wives in the
streets of Chicago.
Trying to find out why she gave
26,860 pounds of milk in one year,
they've killed Josephine, Missouri
"University prize cow. Bet they'll
find out that she gave it because she
was alive, for- one -thing,